Moss plant is a bryophyte
A moss is a plant.
Moss is a seedless plant. Moss reproduces by making spores.
Moss is an example of a non-vascular plant.
Moss is a land, nonvascular, and seedless plant.
Moss is a plant that has no seeds or flowers, and which produces spores. There are around 14,500 known species of moss.
This depends if it is a true moss, a plant we call 'moss', or decorative moss.
yes all moss is part of the plant kingdom
new moss plant begin to grow when _are releashed
It is spelled peat moss and it is a moss which is a small, soft plant.
Moss is not neither a invertebrate or a vertebrate. Moss is a plant.
moss is a plant that consistes of olny cells
moss is a spore
some moss plants can grow big some dont
It is a plant. It is a moss-like plant.
Yes it can; moss is a plant.
No. Moss is a bryophyte and belongs to the plant kingdom.
Moss is a type of plant in the class Bryatae
Moss plants are non-edible.
Moss is a plant because its cells contain cellulose cell walls and chloroplasts.
Moss is not a decomposer. Moss is like a plant; it uses the sun and nutrients to grow.
a plant !